Maurice Jones-Drew injury update: Fantasy value still in the cellar with Jaguars weak offense

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Maurice Jones-Drew and the Jaguars are basically the anti-Broncos. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is listed as probable to face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. He sat out of practice on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday and Friday.

The Jags have kept him limited in most of the practice over the past few weeks, but the good news is that there are no reports of the foot injury that kept him out down the stretch last year and caused him to miss some time in camp.

MJD and the Jaguars are dead last in the NFL in scoring offense and have shown no signs of improvement. He's down to just 3.2 yards per carry on the year,  a far cry from his 4.5 average on his career.

They simply can't move the ball through the air and the loss of Justin Blackmon isn't going to help him. The Titans will likely be loading up the box and bringing all sorts of pressure, so MJD might have to stay in and pass protect.

Fantasy impact: He's a low-upside play this week, but should get a lot of touches.

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